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The Findex difference

  • Innovators
  • Collaborators
  • Game Changes
  • Risk Takers


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At Findex, we believe in creating an entirely different financial services group, and recognise the importance our people play in achieving this goal.

Our Key Behaviours

Upholding key behaviours plays an important role in inspiring us to make a real difference in the lives of our clients and our peers. At Findex we are committed to four key pillars.


Culture as a priority

As we continue to launch, acquire and scale businesses into different market segments, upholding a core set of key behaviours will enable us to continue to be successful, together.

Developing and maintaining a strong culture is a vital ingredient in our success and growth.


Joining Crowe Horwath some 8 years into my accounting/advisory career, attracted by the firm’s reputation and commitment to facilitating my growth. I am yet to be disappointed, having been afforded the opportunity to work with a diverse range of clients from multiple industries, notably extending myself into the not-for-profit space, provided with regular training and alongside a supportive and driven team. I would highly recommend those looking to either kick-start or progress their careers to consider joining Findex Australia or New Zealand.

— Leon Caulfield, Associate Partner, Business Advisory

Working at Findex is a role where one’s experience and skills are constantly being broadened across a multitude of divisions of the business. This inclusive and collaborative environment is not only ineffably fulfilling, but allows Findex to put our best foot forward with every new opportunity presented to us. Working closely with senior management and a plethora of stakeholders, every new project at Findex is a chance for me to push myself as well as my colleagues, beyond the comfort of our knowledge, in order to achieve our full potential.

— Chris Karkanis, Group Financial Analyst

Since commencing in 2012 as a Client Services Co-ordinator, I’ve had the opportunity to undertake a Diploma of Financial Planning and pursue the move into an Adviser Support Officer role. My journey has provided me with endless support and allowed me to collaborate with professionals nationally, assisting as a vital part of the advice process across a diverse range of clients. This has resulted in an ever-improving skill set and the chance to grow direct client relationships with the more recent opportunity for further progression into an Associate Adviser role.

— Alex Kerry, Associate Adviser